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Posted by expansa on March 14, 2003 at 15:20:03:
In Reply to: Re: Our Adult Frilly cages posted by MatthewT on March 14, 2003 at 09:52:41:
The larger cages are 5.5ftL x 3.5ftH x 2.5ftW. The 2 Frilly's we have in this cage ARE adults but look small because the cage is rather large. The female in the foreground layed 27 eggs this season. The logs are from an old bottlebrush tree that we chopped down. We screw the logs in from the top through an airconditioning ventilation diffuser, so the logs can never fall over. Tree fern trunks also make good upright logs giving plenty of grip. All you have to do is burn the hair like fuzz off, using methylated spirits, then clean it down with a wirebrush. The 4ft cage picture has 2 frilly's hanging off a tree fern trunk. We designed the cages and had a kitchen company make them for us. They only cost $680 AU to manufacture. The best part is they are made to last from the new kitchen timber that is fire, heat and waterproof. All the lighting and temperature control devices are hidden in the compartment at the top out of view.
:Are these home made cages? Were did you get the large pillar like tree logs?